Gainesville's most anticipated fall event, the Mule Camp Market Festival, returns this weekend with an expected 75,000 people visiting the downtown area.
It's a bit like a science fiction movie: Scientists work feverishly come up with the perfect antidote to kill off the aliens that are attacking the host planet.
You don't need to visit Alta Vista Cemetery to get in touch with the dearly departed.
The most popular tradition in the history of the Quinlan Visual Arts Center, the annual Members' Exhibition, opens today with a public reception.
The Band of Desperate Men - Britt Dean, Doug Oster and Clay Spurz - will perform their blend of pure and simple harmony Oct. 13 at the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
The Blue and the Gray will take to the field 150 years later in the Family Day event Sunday, Oct. 14, at the Northeast Georgia History Center.
The next film to be served up by the city of Suwanee in the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers is "A Matter of Taste: Serving Up Paul Liebrandt."
The UGA Performing Arts Center will present Leahy, an award-winning musical group from Canada, at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15 in Hodgson Concert Hall.
Cumming Fairgrounds workers have been busy since Monday putting the final touches on their biggest event of the year.
It wouldn't be fall without a few festivals, and this weekend there are plenty.
Amid the flurry of fall festivals and changing leaves, there is another fall tradition that local residents look forward to each year.
The Piedmont College theatre and music departments will present the musical adventure "Anything Goes" this weekend at the Swanson Center for Performing Arts in Demorest.
The UGA Performing Arts Center will present the Kopelman Quartet at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7 in Hodgson Concert Hall.
Hop along Sept. 28 through Oct. 6 to WonderQuest's magical adaptation of the Grimm fairy tale "The Frog Prince."
Two of the area's theater groups are joining to perform the comedy "The Foreigner" by Larry Shue the next two weekends.
Honoring one girl's empowering and courageous tale of inner strength and vitality during World War II, the Center for Puppetry Arts presents its innovative adaptation, "Anne Frank: Within and Without."
An ancient form of puppet theater will materialize before the eyes of audience members at the Sautee Nacoochee Center.
The Holly Children's Theater will hold auditions for "Frog and Toad Kids" from 5-8 p.m. March 10. Auditions are open to children ages 6-12.
The goal was simple: To debut six Wisconsin composers' piano pieces. Each work would compose a single piano solo piece inspired by the culture and wondrous physical features of the state near the Great Lakes.
Nationally acclaimed jazz singer Tish Oney will swing into spring during The Arts Council's "Evenings of Intimate Jazz" next week.
As winter draws to a close and spring nears, many crafty, creative homeowners may seek to design a handmade wreath for the warmer season.
Many gardeners feel quite at home, digging in the dirt and tending to plants as they bloom and grow.
Lake Lanier Islands plans to honor and remember Georgia's fallen soldiers who died while serving their country in the Global War on Terror with its upcoming 5-kilometer run.
With unlimited sampling of more than 300 craft beers, the Suwanee American Craft Beer Fest has become widely known as one of the premier craft beer events in the Southeast and a destination for beer enthusiasts nationwide.
Step back in time to the roaring 1920s and the local Speakeasy as the city of Cornelia celebrates with the Gatsby Gala.
Learning to draw can be as easy as 1, 2, 3, especially with artist Luciano Georgescu teaching.
Helen Arts & Heritage Center is calling all local artists to bring out all those unique pieces created throughout the winter months for its upcoming exhibit.
Even artist Enid Williams finds it ironic that her colorful works were inspired by charts used to test for color blindness.
Art of the "Wild Wild West" will cover the walls of the Bowen Center for the Arts for more than 30 days.
This month means March Madness for some and art madness for others.